In 1997, a 14-year-old boy had the chance to go to the Philippines as a Youth Ambassador for World Vision. There he met another young boy who lived in the slums. At once he realized that it was only by accident of birth that his friend lived in such extreme poverty. In that moment, Hugh Evans knew he would dedicate his life to making sure children like his friend would not have to experience such hardship.
After a year’s worth of pre-production, I was finally ready to begin filming on my documentary Small Voices: The Stories Of Cambodia’s Children, an in depth examination of the struggles of the street and garbage dump children who live and work in a society that has largely forgotten them.
Japan Relief Continues Music for Relief works in partnership with established agencies to support immediate relief with food, water and medical supplies as well as long-term sustainable housing solutions for people affected by catastrophic natural disasters. Earlier this year, Music For Relief teamed up with
Everyone working at The Global Poverty Project is passionate about equipping everyday people with the tools to make a real difference in the fight against extreme poverty. Their focus is on connecting people to the organizations, issues, and causes that demonstrate great promise in making big impacts.